Deal is pretty tight here too and giving hints to the liftoff that took place in the second set.
For all of set II I thought there was a large black panther lying on the stage in front of Bobby who walked off when the spaceship we were all in landed after the encore.
I remember reading Deadbase about this show and seeing that the last time they played Dark Star and Dew in the same set was the early 70's.
March 20, 2011 Subject:
I challenge everyone to find me at least one version of Victim where Bob doesn't sing "the dark sard," or some variation thereof (dark siard, dark czar, etc) haha. Something about that line always got Bob tongue twisted.
Instead of writing a new review, here's what I wrote when this one popped up on Lossless Legs...
I rarely venture into the 80's, let alone the 90's, let alone 1992, but this is a great performance. The big second set jam is very, very cool. I don't care what people say, I like Victim or the Crime (and again, I'm not really an 80's+90's guy), though the real fun starts with Corrina (I pass on 90% of most Iko's). Again, no matter the 90's bashers or Bobby bashers, this Corrina is amazing. The outro jam is long and hot, stunning playing for 1992. Then there's the Dark Star/drums/space/jam with the Shenandoah theme and all that. That pretty much speaks for itself. So yeah, this one definitely gets the stamp of approval from a very non-90's guy.